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Grab and Go Breakfast Spot Debuts Saturday in the East Village

Eggies opens adjacent to Breakfast Republic

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What Came First breakfast sandwich
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Rise & Shine Restaurant Group, which operates all the Breakfast Republic and Breakfast Company eateries, is launching its latest spin on breakfast this Saturday, May 2. Perfectly tailored for takeout, Eggies is housed in a repurposed 20-foot by 8-foot shipping container located inside a storefront directly adjacent to the Breakfast Republic in the East Village.

Its walk-up window is open daily from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., offering a grab and go menu of breakfast sandwiches served on brioche buns. Starting with an over-medium egg, the sandwiches range from a classic combo with sausage, bacon, and cheese to the “What Came First?” that tops the egg with fried chicken and house pickles. Other quick-service bites include jars layered with French toast or a savory potato hash and churros with caramel sauce. Drinks include coffee, Bloody Marys, and mimosa.

The next Eggies is landing in Pacific Beach, directly outside of the Breakfast Republic on Mission Boulevard, and founder Johan Engman plans to eventually open more outposts around San Diego.

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French Toast Bake
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Stuffed Churros
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